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During the retreat of the Red Army in the summer of 1941, NKVD troops committed mass executions of prisoners not only in Western Ukraine, but also in Vinnytsia, Kharkiv, and Crimea
30 August, 2011   ▪   Oleksandr Pahiria
Most of Galicia’s men ended up in the UK after the Second World War. There is just a handful of real participants and eyewitnesses surviving who could answer the hard questions. Their lives are a lesson to be learned from history
25 August, 2011   ▪   Bohdan Tsioupine
Prominent French academic Daniel Beauvois talks about quasi-patriotism, national heroes, distorted myths and the status of historical science in Ukraine
1 August, 2011   ▪   Olena Chekan
Heorhiy Moskalenko and Viktor Kuksa raised the blue-and-yellow flag in Kyiv 45 years ago
15 July, 2011   ▪   Mykola Polishchuk   ▪   1
Liberation movements were a natural response of oppressed peoples to occupation
4 July, 2011   ▪   Oleksandr Pahiria
Raymond Clarinard: “To many French intellectuals, the Petliura case does not exist. They have never known in France what to do with Ukraine”
4 July, 2011   ▪   Alla Lazareva
Valerii Marchenko chose death over submitting to evil
6 June, 2011   ▪   Volodymyr Panchenko
Peoples that have experienced mass murders or deportations demand that guilty be brought to justice, but Ukraine continues to be shy in discussing whether or not the Holodomor was indeed genocide
24 May, 2011   ▪   Andrii Duda
Stanford University Professor Norman M. Naimark speaks about various interpretations of genocide and current court practice
16 May, 2011   ▪   Vasyl Starko
An almost symbolic date was chosen to sign the “Kharkiv Treaties” in 2010 – 82 years earlier, on April 29, 1918, Ukraine's blue-and-yellow flags were hoisted for the first time ever by the Black Sea Fleet
16 May, 2011   ▪   Olesia Isaiuk
The states lying west of Russia could not avoid establishing a tight defense union but they failed to move beyond their own narrow national interests
12 May, 2011   ▪   Oleksandr Kramar
Andrey Sheptytsky was the Greek-Catholic Metropolitan who was first met with distrust but later gained respect even from his enemies
10 May, 2011   ▪   Ivan Patryliak
The last outbreak of the peasants' armed struggle for their personal and national rights in the territory of central and eastern Ukraine occurred in the early 1930s
6 May, 2011   ▪   Ivan Patryliak
The tragedy of Ukrainian peasants meets the West's criteria for genocide
27 April, 2011   ▪   Myroslava Antonovych
Thinking that Hitler was going to set up a puppet Ukrainian state in Transcarpathia and Galicia, the West did not support the formation of a new state - Carpathian Ruthenia
12 April, 2011   ▪   Oleksandr Pahiria
While stigmatizing the liberation movements in Lithuania, Estonia, and Ukraine for their “collaborationism,” the Kremlin turns a blind eye to the large number of former White Guards who joined the SS and Wehrmacht in the 1940s
8 April, 2011   ▪   Dmytro Kalynchuk   ▪   1
Genealogy is becoming increasingly popular with Ukrainians, but the poorly-equipped archives prevent family history research from turning into a widespread practice
17 March, 2011   ▪   Inna Zavhorodnya
German historian Frank Golczewski talks about political technologies from the WWI era, how to build a new empire and the benefits of pluralism
14 March, 2011   ▪   Olena Chekan
History has been turned into politics. It would seem that false history can be a foundation only for false politicians who dread nothing more than the principle “A clean goal requires clean hands”
6 March, 2011   ▪   The Ukrainian Week
Mazepa failed because of greedy Ukrainian Cossack officers and the clergy's obsession with self-importance
17 February, 2011   ▪   Dmytro Kalynchuk
Did Ukrainian merchants in the Hetman state stand in anyone’s way?
3 February, 2011   ▪   Oleksiy Sokyrko
Contrary to ephemeral statements by the Kremlin about “de-Stalinization,” the Russian propaganda machine is actively establishing historical myths first produced under Stalin
21 January, 2011   ▪   Ihor Losiev
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Social networks went into a rage, the President’s site was bombarded with dozens of petitions, and many began talking about censorship on the internet. The reason for this outburst was a ban on Vkontakte, a Russian version of Facebook very popular among schoolkids, Yandex, Russia’s answer to Google, and Mail.ru in Ukraine
18 May, Stanislav Kozliuk,
The Crimean Tatars faced deportation from the peninsula under Stalin in 1944. Today, they are facing a policy of quiet expulsion from their lands
8 May, Stanislav Kozliuk,
Current state and plans in Ukraine’s defense industry
28 April, Yuriy Lapayev,
What it takes to upgrade Ukraine’s military
28 April, Oleksandr Kramar,
 
 
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